‘Five Bullets with a Silencer’ – How was an IRGC Officer Assassinated? ‘Chutzpah’ -What Makes Mossad Agents So Good at Kicking Butt?

Mossad agents NEVER broadcast their intentions. They get the job done and then get out.

From Jerusalempost.com

IRGC Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodayari was shot and killed near his home by unknown assailants.

Members of the Iranian revolutionary guard march during a parade to commemorate the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88), in Tehran September 22, 2011. 

(photo credit: REUTERS/STRINGER)

Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodayari, a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) officer, was gunned down in Tehran on Sunday in a carefully coordinated operation, Israeli media reported.

The approach

Khodayari was driving his car near his home on Mahadi al-Islam Street in Tehran at around 16:00 local time. There, two unknown assailants riding a motorcycle approached his vehicle, rapidly closing the gap between them and Khodayari, according to Walla News.

The attack

From point-blank range, equipped with a silenced weapon, the two fired five shots at Khodayari, killing him instantly. The assassins were nowhere to be seen and a manhunt is currently underway.

The aftermath

The IRNA published pictures showing a man strapped in with his seat belt with the front window on the passenger side shot out.

The man was slumped over in the driver’s seat with blood around the collar of his blue shirt and on his right upper arm.

The getaway

Reports of Khodayari’s assassination began to circulate in Iran and around the world, while security forces in Iran were frantically searching for the assassination squad.

Meanwhile, the ISNA news agency reported that the IRGC had exposed and arrested a network of Israeli intelligence agents.

“In accordance with the Zionist regime’s intelligence service instructions, the network tried to steal and destroy public and personal equipment, hijack and obtain false confessions through a network of thugs,” the IRGC said.

The target

Khodayari was considered a senior officer in the IRGC.

According to Iranian sources, Khodayari was responsible for attempts to abduct and assassinate Israelis in Cyprus, Turkey and Colombia, N12 reported.

The IRGC also reported that Khodayari was involved in the security of the Shiite holy places in Damascus and that he had a close relationship with Qasem Soleimani, an IRGC commander who was killed in a US airstrike in 2020.


3 thoughts on “‘Five Bullets with a Silencer’ – How was an IRGC Officer Assassinated? ‘Chutzpah’ -What Makes Mossad Agents So Good at Kicking Butt?

  1. saintsnotaints

    Iran is actually chock full of good people that are happy to help israel get rid of baddies.
    When iran seized american hostages and held them a year,and jimmy the carter planned a rescue, israel offered to help with good iranians on the ground. Since jimmy the carter is a rabid antisemite israel hater, he refused help so the poorly done american rescue mission flopped, but did make sure jimmy didnt get 4 more yrs at least.

      1. Jim V.

        My understanding is that many Iranian people are fed up with their government. The problem is Iranian government and they are very evil. They hate the Jews and they are number one biggest sponsor the terrorists in the world. OH wait, media shhhhh!!!!!!

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